Vegetables cream soup, with kaizer and croutons

Recipes - Vegetables cream soup, with kaizer and croutons

A delicious sweet soup that will warm you up on a winter or rainy day.


  • 2 potatoes
  • 2 carrots
  • an onion
  • a parsnip
  • ½ small celery root
  • a zucchini
  • red paprika
  • a handful of broccoli florets
  • a handful of yellow beans
  • 25 grams butter
  • two tablespoons of sour cream
  • salt
  • 100 grams sliced kaizer
  • croutons

Directions for Vegetables cream soup, with kaizer and croutons

 Step 1: Wash and peel the vegetables, then cut them into two or four pieces and put them to boil in 2 liters of water. Cover the pot. Keep a few florets of broccoli for decoration. 

Step 2: When the vegetables are almost boiled, add salt. Also add the remaining broccoli florets and boil them for two minutes, then remove them from the soup and place them in a bowl with cold water. Remove the pot from the heat and strain the soup. Put the vegetables in the blender and turn them into a puree. Place them back in the pot and add butter. Place the pot back on fire, on small heat, mixing all the time. Mix the sour cream with a little bit if hot soup and put it in the pot, mixing it well. When it starts to simmer, stop the fire.


Step 3: Slice the kaizer and fry them in the pan without oil, until it gets crispy. Serve the soup warm, with strips of kaizer, broccoli florets and croutons.

Tags: recipes Meat & fish soups

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